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    Girl Scout Killings revisited 45 years later...

    And the killer is Gene Leroy Hart. Anybody surprised?

    Killer Identified In 1977 Girl Scout Murders


    Thursday, May 5th 2022, 2:12 pm
    By: Reagan Ledbetter

    We have new information about the 1977 Girl Scout Murders that shocked Green Country and the nation.

    No one has ever been convicted, but Investigators say recent DNA testing has ruled out every single possible suspect, except one. Three young girls, Lori Farmer, Michelle Guse, and Denise Milner were raped and murdered at camp in Mayes County.

    Evidence was re-tested and tested for DNA a few years ago and the results are now being made public for the first time. Mayes County Sheriff Mike Reed has spent the last nine years digging into this case after Lori Farmer's parents asked him to give the case a fresh look. He says every single piece of DNA evidence has been accounted for and he says there's no doubt in his mind, the evidence shows, Gene Leroy Hart is the killer.

    Hart was arrested, then tried and acquitted for the brutal murders, in 1978. Sheriff Reed says DNA evidence wasn't available to the jury in 1978, but if it was, Reed has no doubt, Hart would have been convicted.

    "I pray that there's something that we've done that gives the family a second of something that even resembles closure or acceptance or something I pray that. But as far as peace, there is absolutely nothing about this case that has given me one second of peace. Period. From watching the pain on the family to having to go through the crime scene before during and after, from watching the legal system to watching the parole board, to watching how this whole thing played out, to watching how people would use this to springboard their own personal agendas, there ain't nothing about this whole thing that is peaceful. It is evil."

    Reed says the facts go far beyond DNA evidence. He says Hart was a textbook serial rapist who had been convicted of kidnapping and raping two pregnant women, ten years before the Girl Scout Murders. Hart was given parole after serving just two and a half years in prison for that crime. Sheriff Reed says the conspiracy theories surrounding this case over the years have been endless and he agreed to look at this case for one reason: the families.

    Lori Farmer’s mother, Sheri Farmer, has felt the pain of this crime for 45 years. She says she and her husband Bo have some peace, but there will never be closure.

    "It's a journey I wouldn't wish on anyone. It's shocking. It's different than a death. It's different than a loss because our daughter was murdered. It was intentional and she died with two other little girls that we don't want to forget either."

    Gene Leroy Hart died in prison just a few months after he was acquitted of these murders. He was in prison for another crime.


    https://www.newson6.com/story/6272fc...-scout-murders



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    Hart was a textbook serial rapist who had been convicted of kidnapping and raping two pregnant women, ten years before the Girl Scout Murders. Hart was given parole after serving just two and a half years in prison for that crime.


    Or it could be argued the real killer was this weak and phaggoty parole board. Or perhaps a cucked society that is too cowardly to put bullets into the heads of pieces of shit like this.

    Weak men got these innocent girls killed.
    Last edited by BirtDurglar; 05-09-2022, 07:26 AM.

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      #3
      Anyone with half a brain knew he did it.

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        #4
        Years ago I saw a show on that on like Discovery or Learning channel...one of those. Near as I can remember it, the way they kinda figured out the culprit was of Native American origin was the OSBI agent assigned to the case was Native American...as was Hart. At one of the hideouts they tracked Hart to, they found a circle of used cigarette butts in a circle aligned in such a way that each one pointed to either 6 or 7 directions...can't remember...and the filters had been torn from the cigarettes before they were smoked. The OSBI agent, once again being NA, recognized it as a NA ceremonial usage. The removal of the filters was to increase the effectiveness of the tobacco.

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          In other words they got fall guy that could put a name to and claim to close the case. The DNA evidence was contaminated and that's why they say things like "rule out" and "rather certain" it was him. We can thank good ole boy Sheriff Pete Weaver for that. The dumbass had the ambulance crew looking for the murder weapon in the woods and people running around all over the crime scene. The case was handled very poorly and we'll never know who did it. Hart very well could have but if he did he had help.

          I mean that's the reason Hart was never found guilty is because it was very clear somebody else was there. Shoes didn't match, fingerprints didn't match, and other things that were not Hart's yet they had no idea who it was. Maybe he did do it but he had help and those people got away.

          Supposedly people high up in Cherokee Nation ordered him to be smoked and if he was guilty to receive his punishment. Well he died of a heart attack shortly after that.

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